Drink Up: Savannah’s Coffee Culture

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By Charity Hayes | Folks in Savannah take their coffee very seriously. You’ll find a variety of quaint shops throughout the city offering organic roast, lattes, rich espresso, cold brews or just a good ole cup of joe.

Our Savannah coffee houses have also been recognized nationally. The Paris Market Cafe was named “The Most Beautiful Coffee Shop in Georgia” by Architectural Digest. Other shops have been recognized for their outstanding customer service, such as Bitty & Beau’s Cafe. Bitty & Beau’s employs people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We have to say, we’ve never experienced better customer service.

Whatever your poison is, you’re sure to find it in Savannah.

Perc Coffee

These Savannah coffee roasters are in the heart of the city. They source their coffee in season so you’re getting a pure, fresh tasting brew.
perccoffee.com

Cup to Cup Cafe


Quaint little coffee shop with tasty, fresh sweets and WIFI in a quiet location. They offer perfectly made espresso & have super friendly baristas.
cuptocupcoffee.com

Bitty & Beau’s

Located at 310 Congress Street, you’ll find delicious java, fresh muffins and fantastic customer service. Trust us, this isn’t your average coffee shop, stop in and check it out for yourself. Wonderful people with a wonderful mission.

Foxy Loxy Cafe

Foxy Loxy Cafe is equal parts coffee shop, bakery and Tex-Mex cantina. You can also enjoy live music every Tuesday night from 7-10pm featuring local and regional acts.

Vic’s Coffee Bar

Vic’s Coffee House has it all: Coffee & espresso based drinks, beer on tap, wine, & spirits as well as fresh baked pastries.

Black Rifle Coffee Shop

Coffee and shopping! What could be better? Serving up excellent brews and lattes, k-cups and a variety of coffee to take home, they are also home to the infamous Nine Line Apparel.

The Sentient Bean

Often referred to as The Bean by the locals serves up fair-trade organic coffee, as is most produce and most of the staple ingredients in their prepared food are organic. Committed to using locally grown ingredients as much as possible, don’t fry anything, and make most of the food from scratch.
www.sentientbean.com

We hope you’ll check out some of these great spots for yourself while in town, or for you locals, go check one out today! All serve up delicious coffee, lattes, teas and a variety of treats as you can see. They each have their own vibe going also. After you’ve checked out a few, drop us a note or pic and let us know what you thought. Now go get that caffeine fix!

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All photos courtesy: TripAdvisor